The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has put countless agency leaders in the hot seat, but his efforts on IT reform reflect a solutions-oriented, bipartisan approach.
The late Congressman Jack Brooks came from an era when one person with passion could make a difference, writes Frank McDonough.
Not content to rest on any laurels, Fed 100 winner Noel Dickover has stepped up his work bringing technology inspiration to other countries on behalf of the State Department.
Normally announced at the Executive Leadership Conference, individual awards recognize government and industry leaders in the IT community.
Career tips are like any other opinions: Everyone has one. To make sense of all the conflicting advice, FCW asked seven experts to tell us what young feds should do to get ahead, and what they should avoid.
The director of GSA's Office of Strategic Programs knows how agencies can become more efficient in today's budget climate.
Representatives-elect Daines, Foster, DelBene and Salmon could be the techie caucus of the House freshman class.
The Office of Personnel Management's "Presidential Transition Guide to Federal Human Resources Management" outlines how to deal with incoming and outgoing administration employees.
A second term does not equal status quo. Here’s how to survive and thrive in the transition to Obama II.
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel floats a novel idea for mitigating the impact of budget cuts.
Congress may benefit from executive-branch experience coming with some of the incoming freshmen.
Recommendations for the president on large-scale projects and performance improvement are set for release and discussion at a public event.